2 understanding federalism of american government

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The answer can be found in Section 3.2 “Understanding Federalism” of American Government.Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 7.Question :The desire to cut federal funding for anti-poverty programs was an objective of ____________ Federalism.Student Answer:Dual Cooperative Creative
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New Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Section 3.3 “Historical Phases of Federalism” of American Government.Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 8.Question :The distribution of House seats among the states based on population is called
Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Section 4.2 “The Meaning of Representation” of American Government.Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:Question 9.Question :In the 1850s, South Carolina statesman John C. Calhoun argued for a mechanism for asserting states’ rights that would grant veto powerto each state. What was this mechanism called?
Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Section 3.1 “Federal Division of Power and Authority” of American Government.Points Received:1 of 1 -709990873MultipleChoice16True0-709990873MultipleChoice16-709990872MultipleChoice30True0-709990872MultipleChoice30
Comments:Question 10.Question :In traditional federalism, there is no interaction between the national government and localities. What is the name of the theory that symbolizes this relationship?
Instructor Explanation:The answer can be found in Section 3.4 “The Meaning of Federalism Today” of American Government.Points Received:1 of 1 Comments:-709990871MultipleChoice3True0-709990871MultipleChoice3

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